In their search for new digital sales channels, many innovative companies in the window industry have started to set up webshops such as A+W iQuote for mobile online ordering. This new selling mode means maximum flexibility, mobility and time savings for the customer.
Industry 4.0 is celebrating its birthday: the term first appeared at the Hannover Messe in 2011. But already in 2008, A+W had implemented a highly automated production environment with automatic sorting in cutting and robotic packaging at the end of the IG- line.
Under the umbrella of the VDMA, we, A+W Software GmbH, are now also part of the umati community. Together we develop standardized cross-company interfaces so that machine communication between heterogeneous plants as well as to higher-level systems becomes fit for the future.
As a glass processor or insulated glass manufacturer, you produce high-quality flat glass products that have to be delivered quickly. Product variety and performance are increasing, yet lot sizes are usually small, thus, we talk about demanding variant production frequently with a lot size of one. You've got a handle on this. But is that a sufficient prerequisite for solid business?
Software for Glass
A+W offers software solutions for flat glass businesses of any size with any production environment. Our glass software is the intelligent backbone of your business.
Through our software, A+W delivers comprehensive solutions for the entire value chain. We specialize in products for flat glass, windows, doors, and automotive glass. Our track record shows accuracy, efficiency and reliability are our strengths.
"With the A+W Production system, we manage our complex product mix very flexibly. No more sheets are lost. And there are almost no complaints. We produce much greater quantities in the same amount of time. In addition, ..."
"Our customers cannot make any more mistakes with A+W iQuote. The entire order runs through a restriction check based on our master data. We get a complete, technically correct order; questions and long-winded clarifications ..."